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I have been told that my gas cooker needs to be a minimum of 20cm away from the wall - is this correct
2 Answers from MyBuilder Gas Engineers
Wigan • Member since 17 Jan 2009 • 61 jobs, 100% positive feedback
Manufactures clearances or BS standards if no original documents are available.
As with all gas appliances any clearances should be backed up by manufactures instructions.
Answered 14th Jul 2011
Cleveleys • Member since 28 Nov 2010 • 5 jobs, 100% positive feedback
I have never heard of a cooker being20cm from the wall before. Mind yopu i have only been gas fitting for 36 years ! Sorry being sarci........check it out on the internet with the make and model
Answered 24th Aug 2011
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